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Before voting on House Bill 2725, lawmakers heard brief but emotional testimony from three mothers of non-binary children. Republican state Reps. John Fillmore and Kevin made several anti-LGBT and discriminatory comments and now face ethics complaints.

Republican state Reps. John Fillmore and Kevin Payne are both facing ethics complaints for anti-LGBTQ and discriminatory comments made Wednesday during a Government and Elections Committee meeting, including referring to the child of a community member testifying virtually as "it". Read more»

As the U.S. entered “peak death week” in the coronavirus outbreak, an internal government watchdog reported Monday that hospitals are in dangerously short supply of not only protective gear and testing kits, but basic materials like thermometers, toilet paper and disinfectants, putting health care workers at risk. Read more»

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State Rep. Daniel Patterson resigned his seat in the House on Wednesday, hours after a House Ethics Committee unanimously voted for his expulsion. Read more»

The GOP majority in the House of Representatives is showing Rep. Daniel Patterson some love, selflessly rejecting Democratic calls for his ouster from the legislative body. Read more»

The ex-girlfriend of state Rep. Daniel Patterson said Sunday night that he "never hit or committed domestic violence against me." Read more» 1


The House Ethics Committee is recommending that a special investigator look into allegations against Rep. Daniel Patterson, D-Tucson, faces four misdemeanor counts of domestic violence stemming from alleged altercations with a former girlfriend. Read more»

A federal appeals court Tuesday criticized the U.S. attorney’s office in Arizona for failing to “acknowledge and take responsibility” for the courtroom behavior of a federal prosecutor the court had chided last month. Read more»

President Obama’s first 2012 campaign ad misleads on ethics, “clean-energy” jobs and U.S. dependence on oil imports. Read more» 2

Newt Gingrich

Newt Gingrich falsely claimed the House ethics panel that voted to reprimand him in 1997 was "a very partisan political committee." He was also off base when he said the inquiry was "a Pelosi-driven effort." Read more»

U.S. government researchers deliberately infected Guatemalans with syphilis and gonorrhea, and knew they were committing ethical violations, a U.S. presidential panel has found. Read more»

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Newt Gingrich makes a living running for president. He's the sole reason he'll never win. The con artist thinks Americans are stupid. I think he’s dead wrong. Read more» 1

Smart v. Stupid: Bloggers seldom have the benefit of an editor, but one has to wonder if it would have made any difference to Andrew Breitbart, the man who published the salacious snip of a speech by USDA employee Shirley Sherrod, then labeled her a racist. The next day, we all found out that she was exactly the opposite of what he’d claimed. Read more» 4